Girls Name Songs List of songs with girls names A thru D

Girls Name Songs List with over 2,300 songs with girls names in the best list of songs with female names in lyrics or titles. Songs with women's names alphabetical then by song title. Note: We participate in Amazon "Associates" and Apple "Affiliate" marketing programs; I earn from qualifying purchases so if you purchase anything after clicking one of our affiliate or associate links I may receive a commission. Thank you!

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Abby Abby Never Mike Lombardo 2010, by Mike Lombardo, on album Songs For A New Day
Abby Dear Abby The Hearts 1963, Abner Spector
Abby Dear Abby John Prine 1991, John Prine, on album Sweet Revenge
Abby Dear Abby Dead Kennedys 1986, released on album called Bedtime for Democracy
Abby Dear Abby Clarence Carter 1995, Clarence Carter released as a single
Abigail Abigail The Embers 1962, very popular in Pittsburgh
Abigail Abigail Beecher Freddie Cannon 1964, Heard-Boulanger
Adalida Adalida George Strait 1994, on Lead On, written by Mike Geiger, Woody Mullis and Michael Huffman. No.3
Addison Addison Jessica Stone 2002, on Seven Letters
Addison Addison The Strip 2010, instrumental on Long Gone Lonesome Lullabies
Addison Addison Dormlife 2011, on Mustard Is The New Ketchup
Addison Addison Joel Auge 2010, on Invisible Things
Addison Addison Bustello 2012,
Addison Addison Matt Boyer 2011, on album Toronto
Adelaide Adelaide Anberlin 2007,
Adeline Adeline Alt-J    X 2017, written by Joe Newman, on album Relaxer
Adeline Sweet Adeline various (classic Barbershop harmony) 1903, Composed by Harry Armstrong, lyrics by Richard Gerard. Classic barbershop harmony.
Adeline Sweet Adeline Elliott Smith 1998, Elliott Smith, on XO
Adia Adia Sarah McLachlan 1997, Sara McLachlan
Adriana Adriana Headstrong    X 2002, released on album Headstrong. Album indicates explicit adult lyrics.
Adriana Pretty Little Adriana Vince Gill 1996, Vince Gill
Adrienne Adrienne The Calling 2001, Alex Band, Aaron Kamin, on Camino Palmero
Agatha Agatha Chang Eels 2014, on The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett
Agnes Agnes Glass Animals    X 2016, on album How To Be A Human Being
Agnes Agnes Donnie Iris 1980, on album Back On The Streets
Aimee Aimee Ozzy Osbourne 1995, Ozzy Osbourne, on Ozzmosis (Bonus Track Version)
Aja Aja Steely Dan 1977, written by Walter Carl Becker Donald Jay Fagen. on album Aja
Alberta Alberta, Let Your Hair Hang Low Jerry Butler, and others 1937, first known recording by Huddie 'Ledbelly' Ledbetter, also sung by Doc Watson, and others
Alexandra Alexandra Hamilton Leithauser 2014, on album Black Hours
Alexandra Alexandra Leaving Leonard Cohen 2001, by Leonard Cohen, on album Ten New Songs, inspired by poem by Constantine P. Cavafy, The God Forsakes Anthony
Alexis Alexis Rory Gallagher 1998 release on album Etched in Blue
Alexis Alexis James Gang 1973, on album Bang
Alice Alice Sisters of Mercy 1983, included on 1993 album Some Girls Wander By Mistake. Alice is regarded as a goth classic
Alice Alice Moby 2008,
Alice Alice Avril Lavigne 2010, from the album Almost Alice, inspired by the Tim Burton movie Alice In Wonderland
Alice Alice (There's a New Girl in Town) Linda Lavin as Alice of the TV series - cover 1976, Alan and Marilyn Bergman and David Shire, from TV series
Alice Alice Bodine Norman Greenbaum 1969, by Norman Greenbaum, on Spirit In The Sky
Alice Alice In Wonderland Neil Sedaka 1963,
Alice Alice Long (You're still my favorite girlfriend) Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart 1968, Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart
Alice Alice Said Screaming Trees 1991, on Uncle Anesthesia
Alice Alice, Alice Victim Effect 2007, Victim Effect, on album Victim Effect
Alice Alice's Restaurant Massacre Arlo Guthrie 1966, Arlo Guthrie
Alice Alice's Theme Danny Elfman 2010, on Alice In Wonderland (Original Soundtrack)
Alice All The Girls Love Alice Elton John 1973, Elton John / Bernie Taupin
Alice Her Name Is Alice Shinedown 2008, on The Sound of Madness, and on Almost Alice, inspired by Tim Burton movie Alice In Wonderland
Alice Hey Alice Rachel Rose Mitchell 2015, on album Light Shows and Shadow Puppets
Alice White Rabbit Jefferson Airplane 1967, on album Surrealistic Pillow. Sung by Grace Slick who wrote the song while with The Great Society (1966?)
Alice (also Angie) Holding Things Together Merle Haggard 1974, lyrics by Merle Haggard and Bob Totten; song about Alice and Angie
Alice (also Sally) Living Next Door To Alice Smokie (Alan Barton, lead singer) 1976 release of the song originally recorded by the Australian band, New World, in 1972. Written by Nicky Chinn and Mike Chapman.
Alicia Give Us a Smile, Alicia Chuck Brown 2000, on Breathe
Aline Aline Christophe Rippert 1989, French lyrics
Alisa Alisa's Song Denise Moser 2012, on Here Right Now
Alison Alison Slowdive 1992, released on album Souvlaki
Alison Alison Elvis Costello 1977, Elvis Costello
Alison Alison's Starting To Happen The Lemonheads 1992, on album It's A Shame About Ray
Alli Hey Alli Unkle Nancy and the Family Jewels 2009, on The Gypsy Pirate Blues
Alli Hey Alli Runner Runner 2011, released on album Runner Runner
Allie Allie Belle And Sebastian 2015, on album Girls in Peacetime Want to Dance
Allison Allison The Pixies 1990, from the album Bossanova. Apparently written about blues singer Mose Allison
Allison Allison Road Gin Blossoms 1991, Robin Wilson, on album New Miserable Experience
Allison Poor Little Allison Gordon Lightfoot 1970, Gordon Lightfoot, on If You Could Read My Mind
Ally Ally Dan Morgan 2016, on Americana
Alouette Alouette, Gentille Alouette various French folk song
Alyson Alyson Rick Springfield 1983, on album Living In Oz
Alyson Alyson Is An Alien Rocky Jr.    X 2007, on Alyson Is An Alien
Alyssa Alyssa Lies Jason Michael Carroll 2006, on Numbers. No.5
Amanda Amanda Waylon Jennings 1979, Bob McDill
Amanda Amanda Dionne Warwick 1971, Dionne Warwick, on album The Love Machine, the soundtrack from the movie of that name.
Amanda Amanda Boston 1986, Tom Scholz, on Third Stage, the only #1 hit for Boston. No.1
Amanda Crazy Amanda Bunkface Sum 41    X 2001, on album All Killer, No Filler
Amapola (Poppy) Amapola (Pretty Little Poppy) Jimmy Dorsey (and many others) 1920, words by Albert Gamse, music by Joseph M. Lacalle. Originally in Spanish.
Amber Amber 311 1993, by band called 311 on album, From Chaos
Amber Sweet Amber Metallica    X 2003, released on album St. Anger. Explicit adult lyrics
Amber Lynn Amber Lynn Mayday Parade 2011, on Valdosta
Amelia Amelia Prism 1977, on their debut album Prism
Amelia Amelia Joni Mitchell 1976, by Joni Mitchell, on album Hejira. Written with Amelia Earhart in mind.
Amelia Amelia Dean Friedman 2007, on The Treehouse Journals
Amelia Jean Amelia Jean Jack's Mannequin 2011, written by Andrew Ross Mcmahon, on album People And Things
Amelie Amelie Is Starting To Happen Scut    X 2007, on This Is How It Feels When You Stumble
Amelie La valse d'Amelie Yann Tiersen 2001, on album Amelie From Montmartre, from the movie (French)
Amie Amie Pure Prairie League 1972, Craig Lee Fuller. No.27
Amie Amie Damien Rice 2002, Damien Rice, on album O
Amoreena Amoreena Elton John 1970, by Elton John and Bernie Taupin. Released on Tumbleweed Connection
Amy Amy Ryan Adams 2000, from album Heartbreaker
Amy Amy Paul Petersen 1963, Barry Mann, Cynthia Weil
Amy Amy Elton John 1972, Elton John and Bernie Taupin - on the Honky Chateau album
Amy Amy Bobby Darin 1966, written for the 1967 movie Gunfight in Abilene, released on the 1966 album, If I Were A Carpenter
Amy Amy Amy Amy Amy Winehouse 2003, on her debut studio album, Frank. By Stefan Skarbek, Amy Jade Winehouse, Felix Starbuck Howard, Matt Rowe
Amy Amy, I Jack's Mannequin 2011, on album People And Things
Amy Amy's Back in Austin Little Texas 1994, on Kick A Little. No.4
Amy Amy's Eyes Shawn Mullins 2000, on album Beneath The Velvet Sun
Amy Amy's Song Switchfoot 1999, released on New Way To Be Human
Amy Hey Amy Firecracker 2005, on So Long Someday
Amy Hey Amy (I Haven't Got The Blues) The Booze 2008, on album Straight, No Chaser
Amy If U Seek Amy Britney Spears 2008 on album Circus
Amy Miami, My Amy Keith Whitley 1986, Keith Whitley
Amy Once in Love With Amy Frank Sinatra 1948, by Frank Loesser. 1966 release on album Bachelors' Girls. Debut in 1948 with Ray Bolger singing in the musical "Where's Charley"
Amy When My Amy Prays Vince Gill 2021, written by Vince Gill about his wife, Amy Grant
Ana Ana The Pixies 1998, from the album Bossanova
Ana Ana's Song Silverchair 1999, on Neon Ballroom
Anastasia Anastasia Pat Boone 1956, Alfred Newman, Paul Francis Webster
Andrea Andrea The Sunrays 1966, Rick Henn
Andrea Andrea Rx Bandits    X 1999, on album Halfway Between Here and There. adult lyrics
Andrea Andrea City Sleeps 2007, on album Not An Angel
Andrea Pablo And Andrea Yo La Tengo 1995, on Electr-o-pura
Angel Angel Lionel Richie 2000, on album Renaissance
Angela Angel Angela The Classics 1961, The group formed in 1958 and disbanded in 1966. Their biggest hit was probably Till Then.
Angela Angela Bob James 1978, instrumental theme song for USA TV series, Taxi
Angela Angela The Lumineers 2016, on album Cleopatra. Written by Schultz/Fraites, Neyla Pekarek.
Angela Angela Toto 1977, and the 1986 release on album Toto
Angela Angela No Use for a Name 2002 from the album Hard Rock Bottom
Angela Angela Mötley Crüe    X 1999, ? on album Decade Of Decadence '81 '91
Angela Angela Jose Feliciano 1976,
Angela Angela Bee Gees 1987, from the album E.S.P. written by Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb.
Angela Angela Jones Johnny Ferguson 1960, written by John D. Loudermilk Jr. in 1959 or earlier.
Angela Angela Surf City The Walkmen 2010,
Angela Oh Angela! Blair Crimmins and The Hookers 2010, on The Musical Styling Of
Angelee Angelee Billy G and the Blue Zone No Time for The Blues album
Angelia Angelia Richard Marx 1989, ... No.4
Angelica Angelica Scott Walker (also by The Sandpipers and by Oliver) 1966, Cynthia Weil, Barry Mann, released on album Scott
Angelina Angelina Louis Prima 1945 ?..
Angelina Angelina Harry Belafonte 1961, by Irving Burgie
Angelina Farewell Angelina Bob Dylan, and others like Joan Baez 1966, Bob Dylan
Angeline Angeline Elton John 1986, by Elton John, Bernie Taupin, and Alan Carvell, on Leather Jackets
Angeline Angeline Allman Brothers Band 1980, Dickey Betts, Johny Cobb, Mike Lawler. on album Madness of the West
Angeline Angeline Is Coming Home The Badlees 1995, Mike Naydock. No.20
Angeline Naughty Angeline Nat King Cole 1946, written by Allan Roberts and Lester Lee, also performed by Dick Haymes
Angeline Sweet Angeline Mott The Hoople 1993,
Angeline Sweet Angeline Elvis Presley 1973,
Angelique Angelique Badfinger 1970,
Angelique Angelique-O Harry Belafonte 1956,
Angie Angie Rolling Stones 1973, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, on Goats Head Soup. UK. No.1, Uk-No.5
Angie Angie Baby Helen Reddy 1974, Alan O'Day
Angie Dear Angie Badfinger 1970, on Magic Christian Music
Anji (Angi, Angie) Anji Davy Graham 1961, instrumental named after a teen girlfriend. David Michael Gordon "Davey" Graham (originally spelled Davy Graham). UK
Ann A Letter From Ann Videls (also done by The Raindrops in 1962) 1961,
Ann Ann The Stooges 1969, on The Stooges
Ann Ann Glen Campbell 1968, also done by Skipp Gibbs
Ann Dear Ann George Baker Selection 1969, Zydeco style, lyrics by Johannes Bouwens (George Baker) - the group started as the Soul Invention
Ann Miss Ann Little Richard 1957, Enotris Johnson/ Little Richard Penniman
Anna Anna Colton Avery 2012, on Waves
Anna Anna Toto 1988, on Seventh One
Anna Anna Jørgen Ingmann 1961, instrumental
Anna Anna (Go To Him) The Beatles 1962, written by Arthur Alexander, the only lyricist to write songs recorded by Bob Dylan, The Rolling Stones, and The Beatles. UK
Anna Anna Begins The Counting Crows 1992,
Anna Anna, I'm Taking You Home Leon Ashley 1967,
Anna Lee Anna Lee Dream Theater 1997, lyrics by James LaBrie, band's lead singer, on album Falling Into Infinity
Anna Lee Anna Lee Earl Hooker 1964,
Anna Lee Anna Lee (Sweetheart of the Sun) The Bangles 2011, on album Sweetheart of the Sun
Anna Marie Anna Marie Jim Reeves 1958, Cindy Walker
Anna Molly Anna Molly Incubus 2006, ... No.1
Anna Sun Anna Sun Walk The Moon 2012, by Nicholas Petricca and Nick Lerangis, on Walk The Moon
Annabella Wicked Annabella The Kinks 1968, written by Ray Davies and sung by lead guitarist Dave Davies on album The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society
Annabelle Annabelle Heavens 2006, on album Patent Pending
Annabelle Annabelle Daniel Boone 1972, by Daniel Boone and Rod McQueen, on album Beautiful Sunday
Annabelle Annabelle Gillian Welch 1996,
Annabelle Annabelle Bon Scott on album With the Valentines and Fraternity
Annabelle Annabelle A Rocket To The Moon 2009, released on album On Your Side
Annabelle Annabelle Lee Harry Belafonte 1951, Jack Segal
Annabelle For Annabelle Band Of Horses 2010, on album Infinite Arms
Annalee Annalee Nerf Herder 1996, released on album Nerf Herder
Annalee Annalee Ellis Paul 2010, on album The Day After Everything Changed
Annamarie Annamarie The Billygoats 2000, on Huevos Rancheros!
Anne Windy City Anne Tom T. Hall 1972, by Tom T. Hall, on album The Story Teller
Annette Annette The Phil Spector Wall Of Sound Orchestra 2012, No lyrics, Wall Of Sound Orchestra from the Album Phil Spector Presents The Phillies Album
Annette Annette Hillbilly Shakespeare 2010, on No Great Shakes
Annette Annette The Shy-Tones (aka Hi-Tones or the Trentons) 1961 Doo-Wop
Annette Annette The Idylls 50's doo-wop
Annette My Sweet Annette Drive-By Truckers 2000, Patterson Hood, on album Decoration Day
Annie Amphetamine Annie Canned Heat 1968, written by Canned Heat
Annie Annie SafetySuit 2008, on Life Left To Go
Annie Annie Get Your Yo Yo Junior Parker 1961,
Annie Annie Had A Baby Hank Ballard and The Midnighters 1954,
Annie Annie is Back Little Richard 1964, the B side to Bama Lama Bama Loo
Annie Annie Over Hank Thompson 1949,
Annie Annie Use Your Telescope Jack's Mannequin 2008, from the album The Glass Passenger
Annie Annie, Annie Over Steppenwolf 1975, on Hour Of The Wolf
Annie Annie, Annie Over Charlie Ventura 1946, instrumental
Annie Annie, Let's Not Wait Guillemots 2006, Through the Windowpane
Annie Annie's Song John Denver 1974, by John Denver. He says it was written for his wife Ann Martell and written in about 10 minutes while on a ski lift.
Annie Avenging Annie Roger Daltrey 1977, Andy Pratt
Annie Bamboo Annie John Anderson 1990, on Too Tough To Tame
Annie Bristol Twistin' Annie The Dovells 1962,
Annie Dreamboat Annie (Fantasy Child) Heart 1975, Ann Wilson, Nancy Wilson
Annie Gentle Annie Foster and Allen 1856? .. - Stephen Foster?
Annie Little Annie Fanny The Kingsmen 1965, ..
Annie Little Eeefin' Annie Joe Perkins 1963, by Bob Moore and Johnny Macrae
Annie Little Orphan Annie David Allan Coe 1981, on album Tennessee Whiskey
Annie Polk Salad Annie Tony Joe White 1968, written and performed by Tony Joe White, released in 1969. Later by Elvis Presley and others.
Annie Rescue Annie Frank Turner 2019, on album "No Man's Land” by Frank Turner, about Resusci Anne
Annie Smooth Criminal Michael Jackson 1987, written by Michael Jackson and released on album Bad
Annie Sweet Annie Zac Brown Band 2012, Zac Brown, Wyatt Durrette, Sonia Leigh, John Pierce. On Uncaged No.6
Annie The Becoming Nine Inch Nails    X 1994, written by Trent Reznor, on The Downward Spiral
Ann-Marie Ann-Marie The Belmonts 1963, doo-wop song
Anny Anny George Baker Selection 1993,
Anya Anya Deep Purple 1978,
April April Goody Grace 2017, by Goody Grace, Cisco Adler, and 4e
April April White Sister 1986, on Fashion By Passion. From the 1986 campy horror flick "Killer Party"
April April Imaginary Future 2013, by Imaginary Future (Jesse Epstein) and Kina Kasuya Grannis, on Fire Escape
April April and The Phantom Animal Collective 2003, on Sprit They're Gone, Sprit They've Vanished
Arabella Arabella Arctic Monkeys 2013, on the AM album
Aretha Aretha Rumer 2010, on Seasons Of My Soul. Reference to emotional support from Aretha Franklin's music
Ariel Ariel Ritchie Blackmore's Rainbow 1995, Ritchie Blackmore on the Stranger In Us All album.
Ariel Ariel Dean Friedman 1977, Dean Friedman
Arizona Arizona Mark Lindsay 1969, lyrics by Kenny Young
Arlene Arlene Crystal Bowersox    X 2010, on Farmer's Daughter
Arlene Arlene The Del-Airs
Arlene Arlene Marty Stuart 1992, on album Marty Stuart
Asha Brimful of Asha Cornershop    X 1997 single reached number 60 on UK singles chart. Remixed version by Norman Cook hit number1 in 1998. Tribute to Asha Bhosle, Ashaji of India
Ashley Ashley The Dodos 2008 release from the album Visiter
Ashley Ashley Escape The Fate 2008, on album, This War Is Ours
Ashley Ashley Disco Curtis 2010, on Play With Fire Get Burned
Ashley Ashley Blue Joey DeFrancesco 2011, Joey DeFrancesco, instrumental (Hammond B3 organ 1950's era) written for his daughter, Ashley
Ashley Ashley's Song Curtis Robinson 2007, on Change the World
Athena Athena The Who 1982, Peter Townshend. UK
Aubrey Aubrey Bread 1972, David Gates, first released on album Guitar Man in 1972. Also recorded by Perry Como, released in 1973 on And I Love You So. No.4
Audrey Audrey, Start The Revolution! Anberlin 2005, on Never Take Friendship Personal
Audrey The Tears Of Audrey Kevin Gilbert 1995, on album, Thud
Aura Lee Aura Lee Burl Ives, John Hartford, & others 1864, by W.W. Fosdick and George R. Poulton. Music was used for Elvis' Love Me Tender
Aurelia Aurelia The Pelicans 1950's doo-wap
Aurora Aurora Therefore I Am 2005, on The Modern World, A Battlefield
Aurora Aurora Dick Haymes with Harry James Orchestra 1941, by H. Adamson, M. Lago, and R. Roberti
Austin Austin Blake Shelton 2001, by David Kent and Kirsti Manna. Blake's first single. No.1
Autumn Autumn Gary Lewis and The Playboys 1966, by writers (Phil) P.F.Sloan and Steve Barri
Ava Ava Adore Smashing Pumpkins    X 1998, adult lyrics - crude. Released on album Adore. The song made it to number 3 on the Modern Rock chart
Avery Avery Seth Glier 2013, on Things I Should Let You Know
Avery Avery David Brookings 2000, on Sounds Off
Avery Avery Communist Daughter 2012, on Lions & Lambs
Avery Avery (I Hear You) The Sensations 2006, on Listen To My Shapes
Avery Avery's Blues Tex Smith 2010, on To A Bird Singing Woe
Avery Ready to Fly (Avery's Song) Jamie Grace 2014, on Ready to Fly album
Babalu Babalu's Wedding Day The Eternals 1959, doo wop classic
Babe Babe Styx 1979, Dennis DeYoung
Bailey Bailey Making April 2009, on The Egg Hunt
Barbara Barbara Rufus Wainwright 2012, by Rufus Wainwright for his UK publicist. On Out Of The Game
Barbara Barbara The Three G's
Barbara Barbara The Temptations 1960, ..
Barbara Barbara The Encores 1959? By Floyd Lark? On Bow Records
Barbara Barbara Horace Silver Quintet 1977, instrumental
Barbara Barbara, I Love You New Colony Six 1970, ..
Barbara Barbara's Theme Mike Clifford 1964, from motion picture Diary Of A Bachelor
Barbara Bye Bye Barbara Johnny Mathis 1964, Jack Segal, Paul Vance
Barbara Please Don't Ask About Barbara Bobby Vee 1960, by Jack Keller. The song would not be played by Dick Clark because of Clark's marriage problems with wife Barbara.
Barbara Tell Barbara Jimmy Meade
Barbara Allen Barbara Allen Art Garfunkel, Joan Baez, Pete Seeger and others 1973, Old Scottish ballad from sometime before 1661; Samuel Pepys refers to the song in diaries. - aka Barb're Ellen and/or Barbara Ellen
Barbara Lee Barbara Lee The Orioles 1948,
Barbara-Ann Barbara Ann The Regents, and later The Beach Boys 1961, by Fred Fassert. First recorded by The Regents, later by the Beach Boys, 1966, No.2
Barbarella Electric Barbarella Duran Duran 1997,
Barbie Girl Barbie Girl Aqua 1997, Aqua, originally called Joyspeed. Aqua was sued by Mattel saying it violated their trademark (unsuccessfully).
Becky Becky Plies    X 2009, hip hop on Goon Affiliated
Bedelia Bedelia Papa Bue's Viking Jaz Band 1903, by Jean Schwartz and William Jerome. Orig. performed by Billy Murray
Belinda Belinda Ben Folds and Nick Hornby    X 2010, on album Lonely Avenue
Belinda Belinda The Stabilisers 2006, on the acid jazz album Wanna do the Wild Plastic Love Brane Thing
Belinda Belinda Jake Chimento same song as done by Cookie and The Cupcakes
Belinda Belinda Mourning Birds 2015, on album Morning Birds
Belinda Belinda The Elegants, and The Earls 1965,
Belinda Belinda Gianni Morandi 1970, Spanish version of Pretty Belinda written by Chris Andrews
Belinda Pretty Belinda Chris Andrews 1969, written and recorded by Chris Andrews
Bella Bella Jack Scott 1959, written by Jack Scott
Bella Linda Bella Linda The Grass Roots 1968, Written by Giulio Rapetti Mogol / Lucio Battisti / Steve Barri / Barry Gross. Adapted from the Italian song, Balla Linda by Mogol and Battisti
Belle Belle Al Green 1977, Ruben Fairfax / Al Green / Fred Jordan released in 1978 on album BELLE also on Al Green Greatest Hits album
Belle Belle (from Beauty and the Beast) (chorus) 1991, from the Disney movie Beauty and the Beast
Bennie Bennie and The Jets Elton John 1974, Elton John, Bernie Taupin
Bernadette Bernadette The Four Tops 1967, Lamont Dozier, Brian Holland, Eddie Holland. No.3 UK-No.8
Bernadette Little Bernadette Harry Belafonte 1958, Hart-Richardson
Bernadine Bernardine Pat Boone 1957, Johnny Mercer
Bertha Bertha Grateful Dead 1971, Bertha was the name given to a large fan which they used to cool their office. Bertha "really had to move" across the floor.
Bess Bess You is My Woman Now Robert McFerrin (sings in the movie) 1935, George and Ira Gershwin / arr. Jim Horne - from Porgy and Bess
Bess O Bess, O Where's My Bess Robert McFerrin (voice in the movie) 1935, George and Ira Gershwin - from Porgy and Bess
Bessie Up On Cripple Creek The Band 1969, written by Robbie Robertson. Levon Helm sings lead vocal.
Beth Beth Kiss 1976, Peter Criss, Bob Ezrin, Stan Penridge, on album Destroyer. No.7
Bethany Bethany Adam Martin 2011, single
Bethany My Bethany John Pollard 2005, on My Bethany
Bethany Sweet Bethany West Coast Rhythm Kings 2006, on Coppin' in the Open
Betsy Sweet Betsy from Pike Burl Ives, Rex Allen, Johnny Cash … others 1870, folk song
Bette Bette Davis Eyes Kim Carnes 1981, on Mistaken Identity
Bettie Bettie Violet Chachki 2015, by Violet Chachki
Bettie Bettie Bettie BR5-49 1996, on their debut album, Live From Robert's. The song is about Bettie Page
Betty A Letter from Betty Bobby Vee 1963 - ..
Betty B.B. Betty Bill Haley and His Comets 50's rock
Betty Betty Taylor Swift 2020, by Taylor Swift, on album Folklore
Betty Betty Freddie and The Gents 1965, Sung by Freddie Garrity and the Gents
Betty Betty and Dupree Harold "Chuck" Willis 1957, soulful Chuck Willis was the "King of the Stroll"
Betty Betty in Bermudas The Dovells 1963, Dave Appell / Kal Mann
Betty Black Betty Leadbelly, Ram Jam, Harry Belafonte, Meat Loaf, others 1947, written by Leadbelly, 1977 release by Ram Jam and has become a rock standard recorded by ZZ Top, Lynrd Skynyrd, and others
Betty Bobwire Betty Ronnie Dawson 1999,
Betty Brown Street Betty Brand New Sin 2012, on Recipe For Disaster
Betty You Can Call Me Al Paul Simon 1986, By Paul Simon, on album Graceland
Betty Jean Betty Jean Chuck Berry 1960,
Betty Lou Betty Lou's Getting Out Tonight Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band 1980, Bob Seger
Betty Sue Sweet Betty Sue Rusty Shackle 2010, lyrics by Liam Collins
Beverly Jean Beverly Jean Curtis Lee 1961, written by T. Boyce, on album Pretty Little Angel Eyes
Bianca Bianca Bill and company in the musical Kiss Me Kate 1949, in the hit musical, Kiss Me Kate, music and lyrics by Cole Porter
Billie Billie Pavement    X 1999, on Terror Twilight
Billie Billie Movie soundtrack opening number 1965, composed by Dominic Frontiere and Diane Lampert. Title song from the movie by the same name, based on 1952 play, Time Out for Ginger.
Billie Jean Billie Jean Michael Jackson 1983, Michael Jackson
Blair Blair Spookeasy 2011, on album On A Bad Ship
Blair Blair Lucid    X 2005, on Digging Through [Explicit]
Blair Blair Doug Howell 2006, The Truth is Stranger Than Fiction
Blair Blair Jon Hyde 2003, instrumental
Bluebell Bluebell, aka Blue Bell Scott Walker (Noel Scott Engle) 1958, Noel Scott Engle
Bobbie Sue Bobbie Sue Oak Ridge Boys 1982, ..
Bobbie Sue Take The Money and Run Steve Miller Band 1973, Steve Miller
Bobby Jean Bobby Jean Bruce Springsteen 1984, Bruce Springsteen
Bonita Bonita Applebum A Tribe Called Quest 1999, on The Anthology
Bonnie Bonneville Bonnie The Rip Chords 1964, from the album Three Window Coupe
Bonnie I've Got Bonnie Bobby Rydell 1962, Gerry Goffin / Carole King
Bonnie Little Bonnie Drive-By Truckers 2006, A Blessing and a Curse
Bonnie My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean many 1964, Traditional - arr. By Tony Sheridan
Bonnie The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde Georgie Fame 1968,
Bonnie The Legend of Bonnie and Clyde Merle Haggard 1967 written by Merle Haggard for the movie
Bonnie Jean Bonnie Jean ( Little Sister) Karen Matheson 1987, David Lynn Jones?
Brandy Brandy The O'Jays 1978, Joseph B. Jefferson, Charles Simmons
Brandy Brandy Scott English, and Barry Manilow 1971, Scott English, Richard Kerri. This song was re-released as Mandy as recorded in 1974 by Barry Manilow
Brandy Brandy (You're a Fine Girl) Looking Glass 1970, Elliot Lurie
Brenda Brenda The Cupids 1963 Doo-Wop style only made it to #57
Brenda Brenda Glen Campbell 1961 Billy Page
Brenda Brenda The Four Tops, also Eddie Holland 1963, written by Eddie Holland
Briane Briane Boyce Avenue 2010,
Brianna Brianna Red Monday 2014, on Red Monday
Brianna Brianna McTwist 2007 released on their debut album Amateur Hour
Brianna Brianna After August 2010 released on album Home.
Brianna Brianna's Song LaRue 2000, on Transparent
Brianna Bye Bye Brianna Nicole C. Mullen 2004 released on album Everyday People; sad song; very moving lyrics.
Bridget Bridget The Midget (The Queen of the Blues) Ray Stevens 1970, Ray Stevens
Brielle Brielle Sky Sailing (Adam Young) 2010, Adam Young (Owl City), released this song under Sky Sailing on album "An Airplane Carried Me To Bed".
Brigitte Brigitte Sacha Distel 1958, French lyrics written by Broussolle about Brigitte Bardot, sung by French singer songwriter Sacha Distel. Released in 1962, on Album: Another Afternoon in Paris
Britney Britney Bebo Norman 2008, on album Bebo Norman
Brooke Brooke's Song Matt Harris 2007, on From The Heart, solo piano
Brooke My Brooke Louis Landon 2005, on Unwind - solo piano music
Brooke Song for Brooke (Angel On My Side) Matt Crumpton 2007, on My Life As That Guy
Brylee Brylee's Song Gary Farmer 2011, piano instrumental, on Cat On The Prowl
Bryn Bryn Vampire Weekend    X 2008, on their debut album, Vampire Weekend
Buttercup Build Me Up Buttercup The Foundations 1968, Michael D'Abo, Tony Macauley
Buttercup Pucker Up Buttercup Jr. Walker and The All-Stars 1967, Johnny Bristol, Danny Coggins, Harvey Faqua
Caelia Caelia Salduie 2014, Spanish
Caitlin Caitlin The Montgomery's 2009, on Walkie Talkie
Caitlin Caitlin Kenny Pickett 2013, on Artpocalypse
Caitlin Caitlin Irresponsibles 2007, on Quality of Life
Caitlin Caitlin The Days 2007, on Situate Ep
Caitlin Caitlin Tannas 1999, instrumental, on The Collection
Caitlin Caitlin's Cookie Jennifer Ivester 2006, on Relaxing With Jaz - Volume 2
Caitlin Oh Caitlin Xander Smith 2012, on Hey San Pedro
Caldonia Caldonia (What Makes Your Big Head so Hard) B.B.King, James Brown and others Louis Jordan / B.B. King / Woody Herman, Fleecie Moore, Muddy Waters
Calee Calee Daphne 2017,
Camelia Camelia Marty Robbins 1969, Marty Robbins
Candice Candice Wore Her Converse Chris Commisso 2013,
Candice Candy Robbie Williams    X 2012, UK-No.1
Candida Candida Tony Orlando and Dawn 1970, Irwin Levine, Toni Wine. No.3 Uk-No.9
Candy Candy The Astors 1965, Steve Cropper / Isaac Hayes
Candy Candy Iggy Pop 1990, Iggy Pop. On Brick by Brick. No.5
Candy Candy Cameo 1986, Larry Blackmon / Tomi Jenkins
Candy Candy Girl Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons 1963, Larry Santos
Candy Candy Says The Velvet Underground (Lou Reed) 1996, from the album called The Velvet Underground
Candy Candy's Room Bruce Springsteen 1978, Bruce Springsteen
Candy I Want Candy The Strangeloves 1965, by Bert Berns, Bob Feldman, Jerry Goldstein, Richard Gottehrer, Bert Russell
Candy-O Candy-O The Cars 1979 release
Carla Carla Etude Elton John 1981, on The Fox and To Be Continued albums, written by Elton John
Carlene Carlene Phil Vassar 1999, by Charlie Black, R.M.Bourke, Phil Vassar. Country No.5
Carli Mykel and Carli Weezer 2004, from the album called Weezer
Carmela (or Carmella) Cross the Brazos at Waco Billy Walker 1963, by Kay Arnold. On album The Gun, the Gold and the Girl Cross the Brazos at Waco
Carmelina Carmelina Matthew Good Band 2001,
Carmen Tonight Carmen Marty Robbins 1967,
Carol Calling Out To Carol Stan Ridgway 1989, on Mosquitos
Carol Carol Tommy Roe 1964,
Carol Carol The Beatles on album Live at the BBC, UK
Carol Carol Chuck Berry 1958,
Carol I'll Remember Carol Tommy Boyce and Bobby Hart 1962, by Tommy Boyce
Carol My Darlin' Rockin' Dave Allen 1964, by D. Stich (Rockin' Dave Allen Stich) Eric Records E-466
Carol Oh Carol Smokie 1977,
Carol Oh! Carol Neil Sedaka 1959, Howard Greenfield, Neil Sedaka, inspired by Neil's love for Carole King (then Carol Klein). No.9 UK-No.3
Carol Sad Carol Eddie Hinton 1993, on album Very Blue Highway
Carol Lynn The Ballad Of Carol Lynn Whiskytown 2001, on Pneumonia
Carole Carole Donnie and The Dreamers 1961, Donny & The Dreamers, also recorded by The Royal Teens
Carole Carole's Song Bob Simons 2018,
Carolina Carolina In My Mind James Taylor 1970, by James Taylor - actually written about the state of Carolina
Carolina Oh Carolina Shaggy 1993, John Folkes. No.14
Caroline Looking Out For Caroline Status Quo 1973, UK
Caroline Caroline Alexis Babini 2009, on Breaking It In, by Alexis Babini
Caroline Caroline Brandi Carlile 2009, on Give Up The Ghost
Caroline Caroline Concrete Blonde 1990, on Bloodletting
Caroline Caroline Harry Nilsson 1962, written by Randy Newman. The Debut Sessions album
Caroline Caroline William Clark Green 2011, from Misunderstood album
Caroline Caroline Status Quo 1973, on Hello! Lyrics and music by Francis Rossi and Bob Young
Caroline Caroline Seventh Day Slumber 2005,
Caroline Caroline Old Crow Medicine Show 2008,
Caroline Caroline Mike Lombardo 2009, Mike Lombardo, from his album Fordham Sessions
Caroline Caroline Harry Chapin 1976, on album On The Road to Kindom Come
Caroline Caroline Fleetwood Mac 1987, Lindsey Buckingham, on Tango In The Night
Caroline Caroline Blinky and The Roadmasters 1990, Written by Sylvestor McIntosh, sound track of Captain Ron
Caroline Caroline Big Head Todd and The Monsters 1997 .., released on album Beautiful World
Caroline Caroline #1 Volbeat 2005, on The Strength / The Sound / The Songs
Caroline Caroline, No The Beach Boys 1966, by Brian Wilson / Tony Asher. No.32
Caroline Caroline, Yes Kaiser Chiefs 2004, on album Employment
Caroline Goodbye Caroline Aimee Mann 2005, on her album The Forgotten Arm
Caroline Oh Caroline The 1975 2022, by the English band "The 1975", by Matthew Healy and George Daniel on album Being Funny in a Foreign Language
Caroline Oh Caroline Cheap Trick 1977, by Rick Nielsen. Released on their debut album called Cheap Trick
Caroline Pretty In Pink Psychedelic Furs 1980, on album Talk Talk Talk. Song was title track for the movie, Pretty In Pink, and the inspiration for the movie.
Caroline Sweet Caroline Neil Diamond 1969, Neil Diamond. No.3, UK-No.8
Carolyn Carolyn Brewn, aka Brewn' 2015, on album My Town
Carolyn Carolyn Black Veil Brides 2010, on We Stitch These Wounds
Carolyn Carolyn The Rivileers 1954, doo-wop
Carolyn Carolyn Merle Haggard and The Strangers 1971, Tommy Collins
Carolyn Carolyn (Dedicated to My Love) Silhouette 2012, instrumental, on Carolyn (Dedicated to My Love)
Carolyn Carolyn Cries Three Beards 2015, on Carolyn Cries
Carolyn Carolyn's Fingers Cocteau Twins 1988, on Blue Bell Knoll. No.2
Carolyn Sweet Carolyn The Casanova Boys 2011, on Rogues Road
Carolyna Carolyna Melanie C 2007, on This Time, by ex-Spice Girl, Melanie Chisholm known as Melanie C or Mel C
Carolyne Kill Me Carolyne The Whigs 2009, released in 2010 on album In The Dark
Carrie Carrie Europe 1984, Mic Michaeli / Joey Tempest
Carrie Carrie (Doesn't Live Here Anymore) Cliff Richard 1979,
Carrie Carrie (You're An Angel) Runarounds aka The Regents 1961, recorded by The Consorts, aka The Chuckles in 1961. Newer release by the Runarounds, aka The Regents in 1964
Carrie Carry Me Carrie Dr. Hook and the Medicine Show 1972,
Carrie Good Morning, Carrie Mississippi John Hurt 1895, Bert Williams and George Walker
Carrie That's Me ABBA 1976, on album Arrival and the B-side of "Dancing Queen" single.
Carrie Anne Carrie-Anne The Hollies 1967, Allan Clarke / Tony Hicks / Graham Nash
Casey Everything That Glitters (Is Not Gold) Dan Seals 1985, written by Bob Mcdill and Dan Seals
Cassandra Cassandra ABBA 1981, From ABBA'S 8th and final studio album released at the end of November 1981. B. Andersson/B. Ulvaeus
Cassidy Cassidy The Greatful Dead 1972, by John Perry Barlow and Bob Weir
Cassie Cassie Geneva 1999, single and on album Weather Underground
Cassie Cassie Flyleaf 2004, on album Flyleaf
Cassie O'Grady Choctaw County Affair Carrie Underwood 2015, lyrics by Jason White, on album Storyteller
Catarina Catarina Perry Como 1962, by Earl Shuman and Maurice "Bugs" Bower
Cath Cath… Death Cab For Cutie 2008, on Narrow Stairs. No.10
Catherine Catherine George Baker Selection 1972 released in French
Cathy Cathy Dino with Ex-Teens 1964? ..
Cathy Cathy I Love You Clinton Ford 1967, Cathy I Love You. On the Album Run To The Door.
Cathy Cathy's Clown The Everly Brothers 1958, Don and Phil Everly
Cathy Close To Cathy Mike Clifford 1962, Bob Goodman / Earl Shuman
Cayla Cayla Brian Mallard & Renegade 2009, on Luminous Woman
Cayla Cayla Blue Fungus Brew 2011, from their album, A Garden In The Snow, Riverwood Records, music and lyrics written by The Brew.
Cece Cece's Interlude Drake    X 2010, on Thank Me Later
Cecilia Cecilia The Bachelors 1966, oldie album The Bachelors ‎– Bachelors' Girls. Irish
Cecilia Cecilia Simon and Garfunkel (also by Suggs, 1996) 1970, on Bridge Over Troubled Water
Cecilia Cecilia And The Satellite Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness 2014, on Andrew McMahon In The Wilderness
Cecilia Cecilia Ann The Pixies 1990, on album Bossanova
Cecily Cecily Says The Cheating Popes 2015, on Perfect Night For A Daydream
Cecily Cecily, There's Gonna Be a Rainstorm Paul Saint John 2014, on Panic Merchant
Celena Celena Screeching Weasel 1995 from the album Kill The Musicians
Celeste Celeste Donovan 1966 from his album Sunshine Superman
Celia Celia Of The Seals Donovan    X 1971, from HMS Donovan
Celia Celia's Dream Slowdive 1991, on Just For A Day, their debut studio album
Chante Chante's Got A Man Chanté Moore 1999, R&B No.2
Charlena Charlena The Sevilles 1960,
Charlene Charlene Anthony Hamilton 2003, by Mark Batson, Anthony Hamilton. No.3
Charlene Where's Charlene Eileen Hemphill-Haley 2001, on Porch Songs
Charlie Charlie Red Hot Chili Peppers 2006, Flea/ Frusciante, John/ Kiedis, Anthony/ Smith, Chad
Charlotte Charlotte Sometimes The Cure 2005,
Charlotte Charlotte The Harlot Iron Maiden    X 1980,
Charlotte Charlotte's Web The Statler Brothers 1980,
Charlotte Hush, Hush Sweet Charlotte Patti Page 1964, Frank DeVol (music), and lyrics by Mack David
Charlotte Swingin' John Anderson 1983,
Charly Charly The Prodigy 1991,
Charmaine Charmaine The Four Preps (and many others) 1927 originally. Recorded by many artists including The Four Preps and The Bachelors in 1963. The song was a #1 hit for Guy Lombardo in 1927
Chelsea (I don't want to go to) Chelsea Elvis Costello 1978, on This Year's Model
Chelsea Chelsea (Tell Me You Love Me) The Summer Set 2009, on album Love Like This
Chelsea Chelsea Dagger The Fratellis 2006 - ..
Chelsea Chelsea Morning Judy Collins 1969, Joni Mitchell
Chelsea Chelsea, Tell Me Rick Nease 2013, on album Hole In The Head
Cher Cher George Baker Selection
Cheree Cheree Suicide 1977, on album Suicide
Cheri That's My Desire Frankie Laine, also Dion and The Belmonts and others 1959, Loveday, Carroll / Kresa, Helmy. Original version published in 1931, I think, and recorded by such greats as Frankie Laine and Patsy Cline.
Cherie Cherie Bobby Rydell 1958, Edward White / Mack Wolfson
Cherie Cherie, I Love You Pat Boone 1958, Lester Goodman
Cherie My Cherie Amour Stevie Wonder 1969, Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy, Stevie Wonder
Cherry Cherry, Cherry Neil Diamond 1966, Neil Diamond
Cheryl Cheryl Charlie "Bird" Parker Instrumental
Cheryl Cheryl The Camerons. Also by Al Reno and The Dials 1960 Doo-Wop. Written by Joe Rallo
Cheryl Ann Cheryl Ann Tim Tam and The Turn Ons 50's doo-wop
Chewy Chewy Chewy Ohio Express 1968, by Joey Levine and Kris Resnick
Chloe Carla/Etude - Fanfare - Chloe Elton John 1981, on The Fox album, written by Elton John and Gary Osborne
Chloe Chloe (You're The One I Want) Emblem3 2013, on album Nothing To Lose
Chloe Chloe in the Afternoon St. Vincent 2011, from the album Strange Mercy
Chrissy Chrissy Forest Rain 2019,
Christian Sister Christian Night Ranger 1983, Kelly Keagy
Christie Christie Jon Anderson 1985 release by John Paul Jones and sung by Jon Anderson. From the 1984 film Scream for Help
Christie Lee Christie Lee Billy Joel 1983, on An Innocent Man
Christina Christina Gorky's Zygotic Mynci 2001, on How I Long to Feel That Summer In My Heart
Christine Christine Siouxsie And The Banshees 1980, on Once Upon A Time
Christine Christine The House Of Love 1988, Difford / Tilbrook. Dark lyrics. From the album The House Of Love
Christine Christine Motörhead    X X_From the album Kiss Of Death. Crude.
Christine Christine Sixteen Kiss 1977, Gene Simmons
Christine Li'l Christine Material Issue 1991, on album International Pop Overthrow
Christine Irene Christine Irene Gin Blossoms 1992, on New Miserable Experience
Cinderella Cinderella Sweetbox (Jade Villalon) 2001, on album Classified
Cinderella Cinderella Vince Gill 1987, Vince Gill
Cinderella Cinderella Paul Anka 1958, Paul Anka
Cinderella Cinderella The Four Preps 1958, Bruce Belland, Glen Larson
Cinderella Cinderella Firefall    X 1976, Larry Burnett
Cinderella Cinderella Baby Johnny Cymbal 2010,
Cinderella Cinderella Rockefella Esther and Abi Ofarim 2009, on album Pickles
Cinderella Cinderella Sunshine Paul Revere and the Raiders 1968, Mark Lindsay
Cinderella Hey Cinderella Suzy Bogguss 1993,
Cinderella Stay Home Cinderella Rodney Creel 2017,
Cinderella Stealing Cinderella Chuck Wicks 2007, on album Starting Now
Cinderella Teenage Cinderella Rodney and the Blazers 1960,
Cindy Cindy George Baker Selection
Cindy Get along home Cindy / Cindy's Breakdown Pete Seeger, Elvis Presley, Bob Wills, and many others 1935, based on old Folk Song, recent version written by Drake and Shirl and recorded by Lulu Belle and Scotty in 1935.
Cindy Cindy Incidentally Faces 1973,
Cindy Cindy Oh Cindy Vince Martin and The Tarriers 1956, Barron - Long
Cindy Cindy Tells Me Brian Eno 1974,
Cindy Cindy Wants to Cry Gary Wilson 2016, on It's Christmas Time with Gary Wilson
Cindy Cindy, Cindy Elvis Presley and others Kaye - Weisman - Fuller
Cindy Cindy's Birthday Johnny Crawford 1962, Joe Hooven, Hal Winn
Cindy Cindy's Gonna Cry Mark Wynter 1964, Go Away Little Girl: The Pye Anthology
Cindy Cindy's On Methadone Screeching Weasel 1991 from the album My Brain Hurts
Cindy Dear Cindy The Valiants 1959?
Cindy Don't Cry Cindy Barry and The Tamerlanes
Cindy I'm Comin' Home, Cindy Trini Lopez 1966,
Cindy Oh, Cindy The Vibrations Leslie - Stauton - Johnson
Cindy Taste of Cindy The Jesus and Mary Chain    X 1985, on album Psychocandy
Cinnamon Cinnamon Derek 1968, Johnny Cymbal / George Tobin. The song was also recorded by Tommy Roe
Cinnamon Cinnamon Girl Neil Young - Crazy Horse, also The Gentrys 1969, Neil Young
Clair Clair Gilbert O'Sullivan 1972, written and performed by Gilbert O'Sullivan - written about a friend's young daughter. No.1 UK-No.1
Claire Oh Claire Cheap Trick 1978, on album Heaven Tonight
Claire Planet Claire The B-52's 1979,
Clara Clara, Clara (from Porgy and Bess) Chorus in the movie Porgy and Bess 1935, George Gershwin, lyrics by DuBose Heyward - from Porgy and Bess
Clarabella (Clara-Bella) Clarabella The Jodimars 1956, by Frank Pingatore. Also later by The Beatles
Clarissa Clarissa TV show theme song 1994? theme song from TV show called Clarissa Explains It All
Clarisse Clarisse Michael Mandrell instrumental
Clarisse Clarisse Legiao Urbana 1997, Portuguese (Brazil)
Claudette Claudette Roy Orbison - also The Everly Bros and others 1958, or earlier. Written by Roy Orbison and Howard Greenfield
Claudia Claudia's Theme instrumental instrumental, by Clint Eastwood for the movie The Unforgiven
Clawdy Lawdy Miss Clawdy Lloyd Price, Elvis Presley and others 1952, written and first recorded by Lloyd Price
Clementine Clementine Sarah Jaffe 2010, on album Suburban Nature
Clementine Clementine (Oh My Darlin) Pete Seeger, The Weavers and many others 1960, a popular folk song. The lyrics usually credited to Percy Montrose (1884), although it is sometimes credited to Barker Bradford.
Cleopatra Cleopatra The Lumineers 2016, on album Cleopatra. Written by Schultz/Fraites, Simone Felice.
Colby Colby's Song Mike Lombardo Mike Lombardo, from his album called Songs For A New Day
Coleen Coleen The Heavy    X 2000, on Great Vengeance and Furious Fire
Colene A Cold Day, Colene Swell Daze 2014, on Simple Fix
Colene Colene Trent Summar and The New Row Mob 2002, on Live! At The 12th And Porter
Colene Colene Elyse Therose 2014, on self-titled EP
Condi Condi, Condi Steve Earle 2004, Steve Earle on The Revolution Starts Now
Connie Connie Tommy Sands 2006,
Connie Connie The Dubs, also The Fabulons 1963, doo-wap ballad written by Richard Blandon who recorded the song with a group called The Dubs
Connie Connie-O Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons 1962, by Bob Crewe and Bob Gaudio. The B side of Big Girls Dont Cry, then in 1963 released on album Golden Hits of The 4 Seasons
Cora Ballad of Cora Grey Robert James 2010, by Robert James
Cora Cora's Song Britt Neal 2008, on album, Over That Bridge
Cora Darlin' Cora Harry Belafonte Similar to Darling Corey, but not the same.
Cora The Wild Free Wind; Cora, The Indian Maiden's Song Mary Keeley 1847 cerca, written by Shirley Brooks with music by Alexander Lee.
Coralee Coralee Little Bobby Rivera and The Hemlocks Jefferson-Robinson
Cordelia Cordelia The Tragically Hip 1991, written by Gordon Downie, on Road Apples
Cordelia Cordelia Brown Harry Belafonte 1957,
Corey Darling Corey The Weavers, and others 1936, arranged by Paul Campbell. Other versions and names such as Cora were used prior to the Monroe Brothers release in 1936.
Corina Corina, Corina Steppenwolf 1967, arranged by John Kay. on album Steppenwolf Live, same lyrics and Bob Dylan's version
Corina Corrina, Corrina Bob Dylan 1962, slightly different lyrics than the Joe Turner and Ray Peterson versions
Corrina Corrine, Corrina Big Joe Turner (also Ray Peterson) 1956, based on the 1928 song by Bo Carter Chatmon, pub by Mitchell Parish, J.Mayo Williams, great R and B song also recorded by Ray Peterson in 1960, and many others
Courtney Courtney Nerf Herder 2000, on How To Meet Girls. The song Courtney was written about the actress, Courtney Love
Crystal Crystal Elton John 1983, on the Too Low For Zero album
Cynthia Cynthia Bruce Springsteen 1998, Bruce Springsteen, on Tracks. Studio Outtake - 1983.
Cynthia Cynthia Mask Robyn Hitchcock 1990, on Eye
Daisy Crazy Daisy Jo-Ann Campbell 1962, written by Doris Hatcher arranged by Sid Feller
Daisy Daisy Goodbye June 2016, on Danger in the Morning and on Magic Valley
Daisy Daisy Zedd 2015, vocals by Julia Michaels, written by Zaslavski, Schuller, Evigan, Michaels, and Danny Parker on album True Colors by Russian-German electronic music producer Zedd
Daisy Daisy Bell (A Bicycle Built For Two) multiple 1892, Harry Darcre
Daisy (also Sue) Tutti Frutti Little Richard, also Elvis Presley 1955, Dorothy LaBostrie / Little Richard/ Joe Lubin
Daisy Jane Daisy Jane America 1975, lyrics by Gerry Beckley
Dakota Dakota A Rocket To The Moon 2009, released on album On Your Side
Dana Letter to Dana Sonata Arctica 1999, by Tony Kakko, released on album Ecliptica. Finnish band
Dani Dani California Red Hot Chili Peppers 2006, Flea/Frusciante, John/Kiedis, Anthony/Smith, Chad
Danielle Danielle Please Don't Die Trace Cyrus
Danielle Darlin' Danielle Don't Henry Lee Summer 1988, by Henry Lee Summer, No.9
Daphne Daphne Squeeze 1995, on album Ridiculous. British new wave group.
Daphne Daphne John Paul Jones 2001, on album Thunderthief
Daphne Daphne Decends Smashing Pumpkins    X 1998, adult lyrics - crude. Released on album Adore
Dardanella Dardanella Acker Bilk 1919, instrumental written by Felix Bernard, Johnny Black, Fred Fisher
Daria Daria Cake 1996, alternative music style
Darla A Kiss from Darla Philip Peters 2013, on album A Kiss from Darla
Darla Darla Rick and The Keens
Darla Darla My Darlin' The Academics 1956,
Darlene Darlene Gene Vincent on Little Lover
Darlene Darlene The Dreams 1954, Doo-Wop ballad
Darlene Darlene T. Graham Brown 1988, by Mike Geiger, Woody Mullis, Ricky Ray Rector
Darlene Darlene Led Zeppelin 1982, on Coda, UK, No.4-US
Darlene Darlene's Diamonds Kid Hum 2014, From the album Fossil Fuel 2
Darlene Little Darlene Ricky Coyne 1950's rock
Dawn Dawn (Go Away) Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons 1964, Bob Gaudio / Sandy Linzer. No.3
Dawn Delta Dawn Tanya Tucker, and later Helen Reddy 1972, Larry Collins, Alex Harvey
Deanie Hey Deanie Shaun Cassidy 1977,
Deanna Deanna Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds    X 1988, by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds
Debbie Debbie Randy and The Rainbows on album We Love You Denise
Debbie Debbie Johnny Crawford 1962, on album A Young Man's Fancy
Debbie Debbie The B-52's 1998
Debbie Debbie Darling Dick Campbell 1962 by Dick Campbell
Debbie My Darling Debbie Keith Bradford written by Roger Glenn Miller and Roberta Miller
Debbie Where's Your Car Debbie? Slaves 2014,
Debora Debora T.Rex 1971,
Deborah Deborah The Crickets 1960, doo-wap written by Jerry Allison and Sonny Curtis
Deborah Deborah Dave Edmunds 1978,
Debra Debra Beck    X 1999, on Midnite Vultures
Dee Dee Ozzy Osbourne 1980, instrumental, on Blizzard of Ozz, written by O. Osbourne for his mother, Deloris
Dee Mama Dee The Starlites 1975 Reggae style.
Dee Dee No Black Clouds for Dee Dee Crocodiles 2012, on Endless Flowers
Deidre Dear Deidre The Proclaimers 2003, on album Born Innocent
Delia Delia Harry Belafonte Fred Brooks - Lester Judson
Delia Delia Gone various 1960, Blind Blake
Delia Delia's Gone Johnny Cash Bob Corman-Milt Okun
Delilah Beautiful Delilah Chuck Berry 1958,
Delilah Delilah Tom Jones, and later Elvis Presley 1968, Barry Mason / Les Reed
Delilah Delilah Queen 1991, on Innuendo
Delilah Hey There Delilah Plain White T's 2005, Tom Higgenson. No.1, UK-No.2
Della Delaware Perry Como 1959, written by Irving Gordon. It's a silly song about the names of the states
Della Della Brown Queensrÿche    X 1983, from the Empire album. X - adult lyrics
Delores Dinner with Delores Prince    X 1996, by Prince, on album Chaos and Disorder [Explicit]
Delores Slip Sliding Away Paul Simon 1977, Slip Sliding away, by Paul Simon, on his compilation album Greatest Hits, Etc.
Denise Denise Randy and The Rainbows 1963, Neil Levenson
Denise Denise Fountains of Wayne 1999, on Utopia Parkway
Deserie Deserie The Charts 1957 doo-wop
Desiree Desiree David Nail 2011, on The Sound of a Million Dreams
Desiree Desiree The Left Banke (reunited after split) 1967, on album The Left Banke Too, written by Tom Fair and Michael Brown
Desirée Desirée Neil Diamond 1977, Neil Diamond
Destiny Destiny Governor    X 2006, on Son of Pain and on Grand Hustle Presents In da Streetz, Vol. 4
Destiny Destiny Bo Steele & Ben Rubino 2011, on Destiny - single, written & Released By Bo Steele and Ben Rubino in memory of Destiny Brewer who was killed in a DUI accident in 2010 in Inez Kentucky. Bo and Ben heard the story and decided they wanted to help make a change and to help the family, so all proceeds from the song are being donated to help other families affected by DUI accidents.
Diana Diana One Direction 2013, by Louis Tomlinson. On album Midnight Memories. No.11, Uk-No.58
Diana Diana Paul Anka 1957, Paul Anka wrote and recorded this song when he was just 15. It's about the girl who baby-sat his sister; she was 5 years older than Paul. No.1, UK-No.1
Diana Diana Nerf Herder 1996, on album Nerf Herder
Diana Diana Bryan Adams 1984, by Brian Adams and Jim Vallance. Written about Princess Diana. Released as a single on the B-side of Heaven.
Diana Dirty Diana Michael Jackson 1987, by Michael Jackson. No.1
Diana Remember Diana Paul Anka 1963, on Eso Beso (That Kiss!)
Diana, Princess Candle In The Wind, 1997, Goodbye England's Rose Elton John 1997, by Elton John and Bernie Taupin as a tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales. The song was and is the best selling single release of all time!
Diane Any Friend of Diane's Weezer 2017, by Rivers Cuomo, on Pacific Daydream
Diane Diane Guster 2003, on album Keep It Together
Diane Diane Cam 2017, by Camaron Ochs (Cam) with Tyler Johnson and Jeff Bhasker
Diane Diane Jukebox The Ghost 2018, Tommy Siegel on “Off To The Races”
Diane Diane The Bachelors 1964 release of 1927 movie theme song written by Erno Rapee and Lew Pollack. Irish. No.3 UK-No.1
Diane Diane Material Issue 1991, ... No.6
Diane Diane From Manchester Square Tommy Roe 1964, written by Buzz Cason
Diane Diane Young Vampire Weekend 2013, on album Modern Vampires Of The City
Diane Hey Diane Bowling for Soup 2016, on album Drunk Dynasty! Lyrics by Jarinus, Writers: Jaret Ray Reddick, James Kevin Dotson
Diane Jack and Diane John Couger Mellencamp 1982, Written and performed by Mellencamp. On album American Fool. No.1
Diane Little Diane Dion 1962, Dion DiMucci
Diane Oh Diane Fleetwood Mac 1982, on Mirage
Dinah DeDe Dinah Frankie Avalon 1958, Peter DeAngelis/ Bob Marcucci
Dinah I've Been Working On The Railroad Pete Seeger and many others - American Folk Song 1894 is the earliest known source of this song, origanally called Levee Song and the first known recording was by the Sandhills Sixteen in 1927
Dinah Take Me Back To Tulsa Bob Wills 1940, by Bob Wills and Tommy Duncan, based on the traditional fiddle tune "Walkin' Georgia Rose"
Dinah (Dinah Flo) Dinah Flo Boz Scaggs 1969,
Dinah (Dinah Lee) Dinah Bing Crosby, Mills Brothers, Louis Armstrong 1928, I believe written by Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (aka Blind Willie Dunn)
Dixie The Heart of Dixie Danielle Bradbery 2013, on The Heart of Dixie
Dolly Hello, Dolly! Louis Armstrong, Bobby Darin and others 1964, Jerry Herman
Dolores Dolores Frank Sinatra with Tommy Dorsey and his Big Band Frank Loesser / Louis Alter
Dominique Dominique The Singing Nun 1963, French lyrics, written and performed by Jeannine Deckers of Belgium.
Donatella Donatella Lady Gaga 2013, written by Gaga and Zaslavski, on album Artpop
Donna Donna Donna The Everly Brothers 1960,
Donna Donna Everywhere Too Much Joy 1992, ... No.11
Donna Donna The Prima Donna Dion 1963, Dion DiMucci/ Ernie Marseca
Donna Don't Believe Him, Donna Lenny Miles 1960, Luther Dixon, Lee Thomas
Donna Hey Donna Rythm Syndicate 1991, by Evan Rogers, Carl Sturken. No.13
Donna Little Donna The Rivieras 1964, on album, Let's Have A Party
Donna Oh Donna Ritchie Valens, also Marty Wilde 1958, written by Ritchie Valens for his high school date, Donna Fox. No.2, UK-No.3 by Marty Wilde
Donna Who's Holding Donna Now DeBarge 1985, David Foster, Randy Goodrum, Jay Graydon
Dora The Death of Dora Hand Frank Turner 2019, on album "No Man's Land” by Frank Turner, about Dora Hand
Doreen Doreen The Tractors 1993,
Doreen Doreen Old 97's 1994,
Doreen Doreen Muck and the Mires 2000,
Doreen Doreen James Jackson Toth 2008, on Waiting In Vain
Doreen Doreen Frank Zappa 1978,
Doreen Doreen Bobby and The Discounts
Doreen Doreen Ace.Of.Base 2010, on The Golden Ratio
Doreen Doreen Is Never Boring The Mystics 1982, on Crazy for You
Doreen Fair Doreen Tunng 2005,
Doris Bad, Bad Leroy Brown Jim Croce 1972, written and performed by Jim Croce, on album Life and Times in 1973 anked US#2
Dorothy Dorothy The Hi-Fives 1958,
Dorothy Dorothy Dr. John (Mac Rebennack) 1981, on album Dr. John Plays Mac Rebennack The Legendary Sessions V.1. I believe the song is written for his mother, Dorothy Rebennack
Dorothy Dorothy Donnie and The Dreamers
Dory Funky Dory Rachel Stevens 2004,
Dottie Dottie Danny & The Juniors 1958,
Dulcinea Dulcinea sung by Don Quixote in 1965 Broadway production 1972 music by Mitch Leigh, Lyrics by Joe Darion, performed by Simon Gilbert (dubbing for actor Peter O'Toole)
Multiple Names 88 Lines About 44 Women The Nails    X 1981, Names include Amaranda, Reno, Zilla, Xylla, Seattle, Nina, Rhonda, Pauline, Sarah, Rowena, Dee Dee, Eloise, Robin, etc
Multiple Names All My Ex's Live In Texas George Strait 1987, includes names Rosanna, Eileen, Allison, Dimples
Multiple Names Butter A Tribe Called Quest 1991, Written by Q-Tip, Phife Dawg & Ali Shaheed Muhammad, on Album The Low End Theory, names include Flo, Tonya, Tamika, Sharon, Karen, Tina, Stacy, Julie, Tracy
Multiple Names Dianalee Nerf Herder 2008, on album Nerf Herder IV, includes names Lulu, Analee, Jenny, Remmy, Kelly, Stephanie, Diana.
Multiple Names Freek-A-Leek Petey Pablo    X 2004, Multiple girls names. No.7
Multiple Names Holly, Carol, Candy & Joy JD McPherson 2018, by JD McPherson, on album Socks, a fun song about Holly, Carol, Candy & Joy
Multiple Names Mambo No. 5 (A little Bit Of) Lou Bega 1999, Zippy, Lou Bega, Perez Prado. Multiple girls names including Monica, Angela, Pamela, Rita, Erica, Rita, Tina, Sandra, Mary, Jessica
Multiple Names Porn Star Dancing My Darkest Days    X 2010, Names include Amanda, Brandy, Cassandra, Jessica, Kelly, Mandy, Miranda, Stacy
Multiple Names Song For Whoever Beautiful South 1989, by Paul Heaton and David Rotheray, on Welcome To The Beautiful South, names include Shirley, Deborah, Julie, Jane, Jennifer, Alison, Phillipa, Sue, Annabel, Cathy
Multiple Names That's Not My Name The Ting Tings 2008, on album We Started Nothing. written by Katie White and Jules De Martino. Names include Stacy, Jane, Mary, Jo, Lisa
Multiple Names The Name Game Shirley Ellis 1964, by Shirley Ellis and Lincoln Chase. Names include Shirley, Lincoln, and Marsha
Multiple Names The Wanderer Dion and The Belmonts 1961, by Ernie Maresca. Girl's names include Flo, Mary, Janie, and Rosie
Multiple Names What's Your Name Don and Juan 1962, lyrics by Claude Johnson (aka Juan). Names include Mary and Sue
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